Weekly roundup August 7 - 13

Articles/Columns

A Tangled Web The Hardball Times

The important questions: Should you ever use a knife and fork to eat a slice of pizza? National Post

In Brazil’s crooked political game, is anybody playing fair? A search for an honest political player The Globe and Mail

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2017 Bike Ride 8

Yesterday, the not too hot weather made me take a ride out to the airport administration building (SE corner of the airport). I took the shortest bike path route to get there and that was 19.1 km. Then I took a longer route along Eglinton and through the Cedarvale Ravine to get home, which was 19.7 km. The bike path along Eglinton from Scarlett Road westward was really nice and not very busy. My only complaint is the uneven curb ramps at the intersections.

Total trip distance: 38.8 km.

2017 Ride 8

Weekly roundup July 31 - August 6

Articles/Columns

Detailed drone and street-level imagery for mapping in the Philippines Missing Maps

Calgary’s flagging Olympic bid shows just how quickly sports change National Post

How Air-Conditioning Conquered America (Even the Pacific Northwest) The New York Times

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2017 Bike Ride 7

Today, my ride was a bit shorter and more looping (21.7 km). There was a visit with my grandma along the way.

2017 Ride 7

Weekly roundup July 24-30

Articles/Columns

Sunday in Bowness Park Everyday Tourist

Why the Trudeau PMO needs to butt out of the Bank of Canada’s business Maclean’s

So, which is it: the St. John River or the Saint John River? A National Post investigation National Post

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2017 Bike Ride 6

Today, we pushed north past Lawrence and tried a couple park pathways. The ride was 22.7 km and featured Ontario blueberry gelato and apricot gelato soft serve from Bar Ape.

2017 Ride 6

Weekly roundup July 17-23

Articles/Columns

Why Canada Is Able to Do Things Better The Atlantic

Pan Am’s Pacific Clipper Pacific Aviation Museum

Death toll mounts in Rio de Janeiro as police lose control of the city – and of themselves The Conversation

You (Probably) Don’t Need to Worry About the Chemicals in Your Macaroni and Cheese Science of Us

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